Labour & Employment

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Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada

Farm Workers and the Fraser Case

On 29 April 2011, the Supreme Court of Canada released its much-anticipated decision in Attorney General of Ontario v Fraser, which dealt with the scope of constitutional protection of collective … ; ; 333 View

One Law for All?

Weber v Ontario Hydro and Canadian Labour Law, Essays in Memory of Bernie Adell

These essays arise from a symposium in honour of the late Professor Bernard Adell, hosted by the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace at Queen’s University. The symposium marked the … ; 391 View
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Farm Workers, Collective Bargaining Rights, and the Meaning of Constitutional Protection

From: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada

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Introduces farm workers, collective bargaining rights and the meaning of constitutional protection, focusing on the landmark Fraser case and constitutionalizing labour rights. 29 $2.90 Add
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One Law for All? An Introduction

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The editors review the career of professor Adell and the significance of Weber v Ontario, and preview the essays in the volume. ; 15 $1.50 Add
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Farm Worker Exceptionalism

Past, Present, and the post-Fraser Future

From: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada

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Discusses farm worker exceptionalism, specifically considering how the Fraser case has effected this, as well as the history of farm worker exceptionalism, the role of the Charter and the future … 27 $2.70 Add
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Weber, and Almost Everything After, Twenty Years Later

Its Impact on Individual Charter, Common Law, and Statutory Rights Claims

From: One Law for All?

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Review of the effect of the Weber case and decisions over the next 20 years on the issues of multiplicity of proceedings in the adjudication of workplace-related rights. 62 $6.20 Add
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The Roots of Organizing Agriculture Workers in Canada

From: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada

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Describes the roots of organizing agriculture workers in Canada, focusing on the struggle of farm workers in Ontario to organize, union organizing, community building and the way forward for farm … 24 $2.40 Add
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Weber, the Common Law, and Industrial Self-Government

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Challenge to the view that Weber requires arbitrators to enforce the common law, and argument in favour of the view that Weber attempted to restore arbitration to its original role as the … 38 $3.80 Add
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Burning Down the (Boat) House

How the Common Law Helps Make Sense of Weber

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Analysis of the case of New Brunswick v O’Leary to argue that Weber stands for a sound legal proposition that the work contract, whether individual or collective, speaks to and alters the … 16 $1.60 Add
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Development as Remittances or Development as Freedom?

Exploring Canada’s Temporary Migration Programs from a Rights-based Approach

From: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada

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Discusses development and Canada’s temporary migration programs, focusing on methods and terminology, problematic policies of "managed migration" and moving from meeting needs to … 28 $2.80 Add
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Globalization, Industrial Restructuring and Labour

From: Hollow Work, Hollow Society?

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Envisioning Equality

Analogous Grounds and Farm Workers’ Experience of Discrimination

From: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada

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Discusses equality regarding farmworkers and their experiences of discimination, placing considerable focus on constructing agricultural workers on the margins, Dunmore‘s substantive … 30 $3.00 Add
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More Glue than Cracks?

Rethinking Weber Gaps and Access to Justice for Unionized Employees

From: One Law for All?

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Argument that in the context of the benefits of collective bargaining, Weber has not resulted in a denial of access to justice. 34 $3.40 Add
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Harvest Pilgrims

Migrant Farm Workers in Ontario

From: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada

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Provides insight into the lives of migrant farm workers in Ontario. This chapters consists of a collection of photographs spanning the years 1984-2009. 16 $1.60 Add
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Statutory Tribunals and the Challenges of Managing Parallel Claims

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Argument that Weber’s impact on the jurisdiction of statutory tribunals has been comparatively minor because such tribunals have been less likely than courts to decline jurisdiction on the … 26 $2.60 Add
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Did Weber Affect the Timeliness of Arbitration?

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Presentation of results from a comprehensive statistical study attempting to analyse quantitatively the impacts on efficiency and delay in arbitration of the subjects added to arbitral … ; ; 28 $2.80 Add